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Tuesday, January 12th 2016, 3:10am

My anti-malware keeps stating is malware

I'm sorry to bother people about this, but I am using an anti - malware called Avira. I never had a problem with it, but I am downloading Allods Online EN which I believe I downloaded from the correct site. My Avira keeps telling me it is blocking The download is still going but every few minutes it gives this message about blocking Should I be concerned about this?


Tuesday, January 12th 2016, 4:33am

I'm running Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and lately when I'm playing Allods it flags malicious website connections from multiple IP addresses on inbound connections via C:\MyGames\Allods Online EN\bin\GameCenterLight\GameCenter@Mail.Ru.exe. I've been curious about this as well, but not overly concerned. In particular I have been wondering why it suddenly started up again, as it used to do this in the past.

EDIT: It seems to be BitTorrent traffic, possibly as part of the progressive downloader?


Tuesday, January 12th 2016, 12:45pm


The thing is, once you finish downloading the game, you have to cut the P2P connection :

Uncheck this box.

Anti-malware should be quiet after that (they don't like connection to russia).
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Tuesday, January 12th 2016, 6:22pm

1. I don't us the launcher, I launch directly from "C:\MyGames\Allods Online EN\bin\Launcher.exe"
2. My settings are already set to disable that.

As a further note on the BT aspect, they are INBOUND connections, so yes it is seeding. The ones I saw were from India, Philipines, and Romania. I have a fundamental issue with the fact that while I'm playing, GameCenter is using my connection in a manner which I have specifically told it not to, and attempting to do so without my knowledge.


Tuesday, January 12th 2016, 8:13pm

block gamecenter's incoming connections in firewall, this fixes that even if the program itself does not offer a proper (working) option to do so
(ingame is also a slider for slow down seeding, but not for stopping it... wtf...)

these days a lot of games abuse their clients to do unwanted seeding which is a REALLY bad habit and rightfully makes them considered malware or at least potentially unwanted software

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "ALLODS-ONLINE-PLAYER" (Jan 12th 2016, 9:23pm)


Wednesday, January 13th 2016, 11:58pm

Thank you everyone! I stopped it by not letting it start up at Windows login and I use the allods icon on my desktop so I don't directly sign into It looks like it isn't popping up anymore. I will try and firewall it if I see that message again.

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